Gulog is a GTK uucp log & traffic monitor, created mainly for my personal use - I need it.
Gulog shows (helped by a GTK interface) the actual traffic generated by a uucico session
the outgoing/incoming file
outgoing/incoming transfer rate
the number of files transmitted/received from a total of n files
» Screenshots: (see the left panel)
The first one is the main window. You can see gulogin action,
showing the actual traffic. The window is split-ed in four parts:
sending, receiving, action buttons (help, exit) and a status bar
which shows the action in progress.
The second shot is the help dialog. Not much to explain. After the usual infos
(author, version, copyright) it displays local files/directories
it watches. I choosed to show'em because their place isn't standardized
and, this way you can see very fast if gulog actually do what it should
do (monitorizing the right files/dirs).
» System requirements:
GTK (tested with 1.2.3 - 1.2.7)
ANSI C compiler (tested with gcc 18.104.22.168, egcs 1.1.2)
uucp (tested with Tailor uucp 1.06.1)
UUCP is used only at exec time. You don't need uucp sources/headers to compile/link gulog.
Just type make.
If you got errors, please check the Makefile for compiler
flags, includes and libraries, if they're appropriate to your system.